jamesg Posted July 22, 2005 Report Share Posted July 22, 2005 Just left the mechanic shop and the Current Code SO61 remains. The one of the 3 mechanics working on my vehicle yesterday installing the alternator, saw me pull up, so he stopped working on a vehicle and walked up to be with a look of sadness or man here comes that guy with that NS again, and stated what's wrong this time Mr. So he took the wheel off to check for wires or something unplugged which may be the reason for the msg, because the msg certainly wasn't there yesterday when I brought it in. It only can up on the display as I was leaving the shop. He took off the right wheel and notice that the stable bar was loose and the bolt wasn't on. So he went into the shop and located another nut and fastner, however the bolt would only tighten to a certain point because its housing was stripped. We got it back in there however it isn't completely tighten. I must purchase new stable bars. Could this be the problem causing the msg SERVICE RIDE CONTROL? The mechanic stated he didn't see the bar loose on yesterday. I will replace both bars and let everyone know if the msgs clears. I cannot understand if the Bars were loose, how come the msg never displayed before? Also did one one of the mechanics have to removed the rod to get to the alternator, consequently not telling the other 2 mechanics trying to help him out? I am not an NS expert after 6 years ago posting on this site for the first time, I am still learning. I will continue to share my bad decisions and prevent others from taking the same route. I still will not get rid of my STS. One day soon I will be able to park it as my collector's item. v/r 93 STS Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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